A little something different this week: Many years ago now I attempted to write my first superhero comic called Pulse, based on a character I had doodled as a kid. Needless to say, since you’ve never heard of it, it went nowhere, and it’s probably a good thing because my scripts sucked. But what didn’t suck was the interior artwork, provided by Vittorio Garofoli, and the covers which were inked by comic legend Joe Rubinstein. This week I’ll be sharing those 4 covers…
One thing I’ve learned in life: A guy sitting behind his desk looking at your file is never a good thing…
Here is a fun one for today’s Sketch of the Day– Another recent book cover illustration!
Not much new to show for today’s Sketch of the Day, so here’s a piece from way back: Typhoid Mary from Baltimore comic-con 2010.
When this recent children’s book cover needed a yellow sports car, of course I drew a ’70 Dodge Charger, and subsequently had the Fall Guy theme song stuck in my head the rest of the day…
So sad to hear of the passing of Bernie Wrightson over the weekend. On my desk was an assignment just asking for a Wrightson approach, so today’s Sketch of the Day is my tribute to him.
Capping off another week with a Perfect Storm Friday update!!!
Not much to show from today’s work, so here’s one from forever ago: Stephanie Brown Batgirl.
Here is another recent book illustration for today’s Sketch of the Day!
Productive day today, completing an illustration for an upcoming book cover!